Corporate integrity

Terminal Cerros de Valparaíso has implemented corporate governance policies adopted by ALEATICA, as part of its Code of Ethics, good corporate practices and sustainable solutions for business growth.

We promote best practices for compliance and disclosure

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Identification of any new obligations and risks of non-compliance to which TCVAL is exposed, not only under applicable law but as a result of its values, standards, code of ethics and social responsibility. Then, measures and controls are designed to fulfill our obligations and mitigate any associated risks.

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Continuous effort with respect to dissemination, communication, education and teaching of topics related to our code of ethics, values and applicable regulations for the entire organization, in order to generate awareness and compliance culture.

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Constant effort to monitor and supervise compliance checks, in order to ensure their adequate operation.

Code of Ethics and Anticorruption Policy

We are committed to always adopting the best international practices in good corporate governance, integrity and disclosure, in order to guarantee top quality and reliable service to our clients, users and communities.

Ethics Channel

The Company places at the disposal of all our users the independent Ethics Channel through which any suggestion of improvement, doubt or denunciation can be incorporated, protecting the confidentiality of the users as far as possible, in accordance with the applicable laws.

Independent Ethics Channel

Integrated Management System and Certified ISPS Code

Our certification under standards ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 45001 and the ISPS Code evidence our effective commitment to our clients, internal collaborators and surroundings.

This is part of a globalized market, imposing stricter requirements on companies in terms of competitiveness and productivity, through management that is good for the environment, natural resources and neighboring communities.

Terminal Cerros de Valparaíso (TCVAL) was the first port terminal in Chile to achieve an Integrated Managed System certified under standards ISO 9001:2015 (Quality), ISO 14001:2015 (Environment) and ISO 45001:2018 (Occupational Health & Safety) in a single certification process.

Standard ISO 45001:2018 is equivalent to Occupational Health & Safety, laying down the path towards a zero-accident terminal, identifying hazards and evaluating risks associated to port activity. In turn, ISO 9001:2015 is related to quality service, with a focus on service integrity. The third rule is ISO 14001:2015, which is related to the environment and environmental management, where control measures are implemented and impact is assessed.

Furthermore, TCVAL is certified under ISPS (International Ship and Port Security), an international code to protect ships and port facilities. The aim is for the Terminal to be authorized to assist container ships, dry and refrigerated fractioned load vessels, as well as general cargo and passengers.

Isaac De FrutosCORPORATE INTEGRITY